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How to Earn up to $50K Tax Free in Canada

How to Earn up to $50K Tax Free in Canada. Depending on the province, it’s possible for an individual with no other sources of income to earn around $50,000 in dividends without paying any tax at all. This amount varies by province due to the make up of the Dividend Tax Credits.

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List of Holding Companies with Preferred Stock

List of Holding Companies with Preferred Stock. This is a listing of all Canadian holding companies with preferred shares. All types of preferred’s are included (perpetual, fixed, floating) in one table.We present the information in an easy, to view and understand format. As a result you can pick the right share to purchase or sell.

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Safest Preferred Stocks to Buy Today

What are the Safest Preferred Stocks to Buy Today. This is a listing of the Safest Preferred Stocks offered by Canadian companies today in the market. All types of preferred’s are included (perpetual, fixed, floating) in one table.We present the information in an easy, to view and understand format. As a result you can pick the right share to purchase or sell.

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Which Insurance Companies Offer Preferred Stock

Which Insurance Companies Offer Preferred Stock. This is listing of all Canadian insurance companies with preferred shares. All types of preferred’s are included (perpetual, fixed, floating) in one table.We present the information in an easy, to view and understand format. As a result you can pick the right share to purchase or sell.

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How to Withdraw Tax Free from your RRSP

How to withdraw tax free from your RRSP. Using a combination of the Dividend Tax Credit and the personal basic amount non-refundable credits you can avoid paying taxes on your RRSP withdrawals. The amount you can withdraw depends on the province you reside, other taxable income you have and the amount of dividend tax credit from your investments.

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What is the Dividend Tax Credit

What is the dividend tax credit and what it means for Canadian investors. The credit was introduced by the Canadian government to avoid double taxing dividends. It applies to dividends paid to Canadian shareholders from Canadian Corporations. The credit is made up of a federal and a provincial component, as a result the final credit differs among provinces.

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List of Holding Companies with Preferred Stock

List of Holding Companies with Preferred Stock. This is a listing of all Canadian holding companies with preferred shares. All types of preferred’s are included (perpetual, fixed, floating) in one table.We present the information in an easy, to view and understand format. As a result you can pick the right share to purchase or sell.

read more

Safest Preferred Stocks to Buy Today

What are the Safest Preferred Stocks to Buy Today. This is a listing of the Safest Preferred Stocks offered by Canadian companies today in the market. All types of preferred’s are included (perpetual, fixed, floating) in one table.We present the information in an easy, to view and understand format. As a result you can pick the right share to purchase or sell.

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Which Insurance Companies Offer Preferred Stock

Which Insurance Companies Offer Preferred Stock. This is listing of all Canadian insurance companies with preferred shares. All types of preferred’s are included (perpetual, fixed, floating) in one table.We present the information in an easy, to view and understand format. As a result you can pick the right share to purchase or sell.

read more

How to Withdraw Tax Free from your RRSP

How to withdraw tax free from your RRSP. Using a combination of the Dividend Tax Credit and the personal basic amount non-refundable credits you can avoid paying taxes on your RRSP withdrawals. The amount you can withdraw depends on the province you reside, other taxable income you have and the amount of dividend tax credit from your investments.

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